How do I Force Bulbs?


The easiest way to force a bulb is by taking a waterproof bowl, fill it with decorative stones. Put the bulbs into the stones so that they stand. Now fill the water to the base of the bulbs without actually touching them. Watch your bulbs grow.
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How to Force Bulbs
If you feel the winter doldrums in February and March, and you ache for the color and beauty of spring weeks before its arrival, one way to get some of that life and color of spring a bit early is to force bulbs.... More »
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